ID: 1710How Has the 80th Percentile Rule Affected Alaska's Health-Care Expenditures?
Prepared for Alaska Office of Management and Budget
ID: 1700Statute and implementation: How phantom policies affect tenure value and support
ID: 1701It’s more than just dollars: Problematizing salary as the sole mechanism for recruiting and retaining teachers in rural Alaska
ID: 1686Adapting to Environmental and Social Change: Subsistence in Three Aleutian Communities
ID: 1670Increasing Healthy Food Availability, Purchasing, and Consumption: Lessons Learned from Implementing a Mobile Grocery
ID: 1668How Is the State Dealing With the Shortfall in Pension Systems?
Research Summary No. 86
ID: 1669History and Options Regarding the Unfunded Liabilities of Alaska’s Public Employees’ and Teachers’ Retirement Systems
This paper is one of a series of ISER working papers examining fiscal issues the state faces. The research was funded in part by a grant from Northrim Bank to the University of Alaska Foundation, to support research by ISER on Alaska economic and fiscal policy issues.
ID: 1667Identifying cost-effective invasive species control to enhance endangered species populations in the Grand Canyon, USA
ID: 1666Mechanisms matter for evaluating the economic impacts of marine reserves
ID: 1671Resource rents, universal basic income, and poverty among Alaska’s Indigenous peoples